Sunday, March 23, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

23 – 1 Clear, Cloudy, & Cold – was at DeWitts Church this morning with sister Mary – Wrote to sister Julia Ann Rawn at West Chester Chester County this afternoon, was a Shunks & Peacocks in the Evening & at Buehlers Paid for Segars at Wilsons 6 ¼ & talked with Goodman about the late inquiry to the writing

Monday, March 24, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

March 24 – 1834 Monday

24 –2 Clear & pleasant – I was to day attending Arbitration of H Green vs Snyder – No 95 of Jan T. 1834 Dau. Coun Pleas – Paid for 6 small & 1 large Bottles of ale for Frances to day at Buehlers $1.00 to Bar Keepers Evans & Meitzel ?] in Bar – was at same Arbitration as aforesaid in afternoon till 7 ¼ P.M. – Mrs Gallaugher & King [?] Findlay & the Peacocks at our house till 9 P.M.

Tuesday, March 25, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

25 – 3 Snow. 2 inches deep began at 4 ½ or 5 o clock this morning – come from south & at 10 o clock turned to drizzling rain – Recd. letter sister Julia Ann Rawn "West Chester March 23, 1834" informing me among other things that David had put my mare Flora & her colt at Josh. Evesons in Thomsons? Del. Co. to be kept. taken them on the 20th month at $1.25 per week. Wrote to sister Julia Ann in reply to her letter to day Recd. & pd. Post 10 cts – attended Arbitration of Wm Young vs Rob. Harnile [?] in Dau. Coun Pleas to Janr. T 1834 – snow is nearly all gone this afternoon

Wednesday, March 26, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

26 – 4 Clear, & pleasant, Keen – no sign of snow to day except on Mountains & walking good – Recd. not by hands of Jno. Stahl from Ham. Alucks Esqr which was adoneped [?] to sd. Alucks by C. Shunk. requesting sd. Alucks to notify me that sd. Shunk wanted me to take part as Counsel in a case of his against Cyrus Eatone to Janr. T. 1834 wherein Alucks has heretofore been & is Counsel – Frances set up to day twice in a chair, perhaps 1 hour each time, being the first time she has set up out of bed since her sickness – I recd. 50 cts. for services of man that brought Peter Newbeker house in Halifax – Paid for sundries at Chesters Oyster House 17 cts – met Wm Mitchell, Wallace, Forsman & Roberts & other there

Thursday, March 27, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

27 – 5 Clear & pleasant. Paid for 1 Barrel of Cherie [?] 20 cts paid Jacob (My Valet) 6 ¼ cts. was to see Mrs Gallaugher & Mrs Wharton at Whites [?] in afternoon & went home with Mrs. Wharton. – was in office with Canallens till 10.o.clock P.M. –

Friday, March 28, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

28 – 6 Clear & Beautiful. Engaged [?] to day again all day Before Investigs. Comtee of H. of Rep for Forsman Supervisor. – Paid Mrs Rachel Miller Frances nurse in full to this evening by Check

March 28 – 1834

28 – 6 Contd.-- on the Harrisburg Bank present Mother Clendenin & Frances $5.00 & she went away have pd. her $8 in all for 4 weeks stay. Jno. A Weidman came to town last evening – I did not see him till afternoon to day & in evening went to Wilsons smoked segars with him and to Peacocks. Saml. Clendenin schoolmate from Bedford Co. Pa. in my office to day when I seen him for first time – he is Brother of Lieut. Jno. Clendenin & Cousin of my Wife. he was at our House in evening when I & J A Weidmen & he went up stair to see Frances

Saturday, March 29, 1834 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

29 – 7 Clear & Beautiful – Paid Jacob (my valet) 12 ½ cts. – I was engaged [?] all this day at the Capitol before Investigating Comtee. for Forsman Supervisor – closed our case at 7-o-clock P.M. I went with Forsman & his clan (7 in number) to Chesters to eat oysters – these were witnesses on our part & I bid good bye to them at my office door they all shaking hands with me F. pd. our Bill $2.25 at Chesters –

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